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Title: Study of plasma - based stack gases cleaning technology to remove SOX and NOX emission from coal-fired power plants in Turkey
Authors: Turhan, Şeref
Zengin, Tülin
Ocak, Sema
Ünal, Suat
Parlaktürk, Funda
Tuğluoğlu, Nihat
Karadeniz, Serdar
Erçin, Demet
Keywords: Coal-fired power plants
Kömürle çalışan elektrik santralleri
SOX and NOX emission
SOX ve NOX emisyonunu
Plasma - based stack gases cleaning technology
Plazma bazlı baca gazı temizleme teknolojisi
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: National Nuclear Center of the Republic of Kazakhstan / Institute of Nuclear Physics
Citation: Turhan, Ş. ... [ve arkadaşları]. (2003). Study of plasma - based stack gases cleaning technology to remove SOX and NOX emission from coal-fired power plants in Turkey. The Second Eurasian Conference on Nuclear Science and Its Application : Presentations, 3.c., (s.190-199). 16-19 September 2002. Almaty : Kazakhstan.
Abstract: Environmental problems, which caused by the increased energy demands, have become a serious problem in Turkey. Air and environmental pollutants such as the SOx (SO2, SO3) and NOx (NO, NO2) generated mainly by burning fossil fuels, especially coal with high sulfur contents turn ultimately into sulfuric/sulfurous acid and nitric/nitrous acid in the atmosphere. This acids affect forests, agricultural fields and flora by acidifying the soil and affects fish by acidifying land-borne water. Therefore, Turkey is seeking to install Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD or deSOx) technology on all newly commissioned coal fired thermal power plants units and to retrofit onto older units to reach introduced emission limits. In this study, both the current energy consumption and production and emission of these gases in Turkey is reviewed and plasma-based stack gas cleaning technologies such as electron beam flue gas treatment (e-beam FGT) and pulsed corona discharge FGT (pulsed CD-FGT) are compared with preferred limestone/gypsum wet-scrubbing (L/G-FGD) technology and evaluated for some coal fired power plants.
Description: TENMAK D.N.3328
Appears in Collections:II. Eurasian conference nuclear science and its application : proceedings, 16-19 September, 2002. Almaty, Kazakhstan

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